Agence France-PresseFebruary 10, 2013 03:15
Stand-in batsman Adam Voges hit a maiden ODI century to lift Australia to a fighting 274 for five wickets in the fifth and final match against the West Indies at the MCG on Sunday.
Batting at number five, the 33-year-old brought up his ton off 98 balls and ended unbeaten on 112.
Voges only came in at the last minute to replace the injured George Bailey but played the star role despite being a fringe player in the six years since he made his debut.
West Indies, seeking to avoid a 5-0 series whitewash, had Australia at 2-2 as Tino Best cleaned up the openers.